The foundation of our spirituality is always being open to the action of the Holy Spirit in our lives, unwilling to rest in the past, as we move always toward closer union with God. 
~Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania Constitutions


Historically, spirituality was often equated with the so-called religious aspects of the Christian life such as prayer, penance and fasting. More recently, the meaning of spirituality has broadened. We each have unique images and thoughts about God and our relationship with God. Spirituality can be what we believe and imagine and how this influences the way we live, relate, pray and worship. Spirituality is our sense of connection to God.
Rosemary O’Brien, SSJ

Our daily living is enhanced by incorporating spiritual readings, reflection, quiet time and prayer.  Here we offer you some reflections and resources for your spiritual growth and development.